This track (K.G.O) is really something with its built up angelic layers. Not to discredit the original but this version just has that special feel. It doesn't grow on you - it's just great the first time through and never tires on subsequent listens.
I held out on writing a review for Jazztronik's mix of K G O over the past year and a half because I didn't want to draw any more eyes to this record than are already on it. But now I've pretty much accepted the fact that I will never have this on vinyl so f*ck it.
Where to begin. Let me first start out by saying that this is my all-time favorite house record ever produced. My favorite dance floor production of all time. There is nothing else like and there will never be anything else like it. As the track runs its course, your soul is lifted as 5 different synth layers stack up on on top of another to the point where every molecule of your being is taken straight to heaven. I can't describe the feeling that this gives me. It is 100% musical perfection. If by some chance I got to hear this at a huge club or event, I do not know what would happen. It would probably involve me going absolutely bananas and being escorted out by security. To anyone else seeking this on vinyl, good luck.
Update: I finally scored myself a copy in January of 2009 I believe. Cost me well over 100 dollars but it was worth it. Over the past couple years of playing this the A-side "Scuba" has become one of my weekend morning deep house jams. Its an underwater adventure that makes you feel like you're scuba diving or snorkeling in the tropics. Both pieces of music on this release are pure art I love it!
Update2: Do not underestimate the deep house track on the A-side. It literally feels like you're swimming in a coral reef off the coast of australia. Such an amazing work.